More Stir Fry for Baby

Stir fry is so good for baby led weaning. It gives a variety of options for the baby to try, it’s quick to cook, and the whole family will enjoy it.

Don’t be tempted to make “healthy stir fry” by just steaming everything or using a tiny bit of spritzed oil (basically trying to eliminate the fat).

Fat soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K REQUIRE fat for your body to be able to use them.

When you stir fry or cook at high temperatures, be sure to use fats that are stable in high heat. Examples are ghee, lard, tallow, and coconut oil. (I use butter too but ghee is better for high temperatures.) If the oil you use has too low of a smoke point, it will release free radicals (which are carcinogens – cancer causers) when it reaches that temperature.

just eating some broccoli. no big deal.

Maybe I should apologize for my stir-fry ramble… but meh… you can ignore it if you don’t agree or if you don’t care.

But Anneliese likes stir fry. Yup. Random post… I might be brain-dead right now.

Anneliese loves meat

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